Session 463: RS279 -> Issues of Policy and Practice in Intensive Juvenile Aftercare: Special Populations, Persisting Problems, and Program Interventions
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Dearborn 1
Session Chair: William H. Barton, Indiana University Purdue University
Intensive Aftercare Programming for Female Juvenile Offenders
by: Judith A. Ryder, N. D. R. I., Inc. - MHRA (Corresponding)
J. Myers, Comprehensive Human Services, Inc.
Reintegrating High Risk Youth Into Educational Settings: A Proposed Model
by: Barbara Mendenhall, California State University - Sacramento (Corresponding)
Troy Armstrong, California State University - Sacramento
Best Practice for Structuring Effective Reentry: The Role of the Reintegrative Continuum in Transitioning and Normalizing Confined Youth
by: Troy Armstrong, California State University - Sacramento (Corresponding)
David M. Altschuler, Johns Hopkins University

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